HP ML110 G5 server Raid error

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Array Configuration Tool
HP ML110 G5 Server
HP Servers
RAID
RAID 1
RAID configuration
Windows Server 2003
I use a HP ML110 G5 Server with RAID1. When the Raid was broken and i rebuilt it under Windows 2003 Server with the Array Configuration Tool it worked. When the rebuild is finished, some data on the drives are destroyed and the system is unable to reboot. Any suggestions? user submitted
ASKED: March 3, 2009  4:26 PM
UPDATED: November 24, 2009  7:33 PM

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Since RAID 1 is an exact mirror, it sounds like corruption may have occured before the drive failed. Remove the failed drive and try booting to the OS. If you still can’t bring the OS back up, restore from backup or repair install the OS

Make sure you have the exact same drives for you array. You cannot use any SATA drives. Been there, burnet my fingers. Use RAID ready drives such as HPG6

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  • Guenther01
    Hello, i have the same Problem withe ML110 G5. I tried with different servers and different hard disks and it failed always. Some data where corrupted. I treid it under Windows 2003 Server and under Windows 2000 Server (not supportet from HP).
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